Smaller and punier than the medium model, The Chisai Ichika Vase was especially designed for wild flowers and children’s bouquets. Evenly made of 21 blown tubes fitted into zinc coated metal frame, this vase will easily fit the different corners of its new environment. A few flowers is all it takes to adorn this signature vase.
You can arrange the components into various shapes and forms. From this starting point, you are able to rearrange the vase into diverse positions. As a contrast in forms, after removing one of the tubes from the chain, the two tail-ends can be joined to create a ring. The tubes may be independently detached from the suite in order to create autonomous segments. In this fashion, the vase can be shortened; or, by easily attaching two or more vases together, any extended length can be achieved.
Clean the tubes with a bottlebrush (and a little white vinegar to remove limestone deposits), or remove the tubes from the metal structure and pop them in the dishwasher (do NOT wash the metal structure in the dishwasher!). After using it in water, the metal gets oxidized: a “white rust” will appear.
Height 10cm x 13-55cm in Length
Test tubes 3cm in Width